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Cindy Sherman Spotlights Reality Of Aging In Metro Pictures Exhibit

May. 23, 2016
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In a culture consumed by the pursuit of perpetual youth, Cindy Sherman confronts the reality of aging in a long-awaited new collection of photographs. The now 60-year-old artist stars in sixteen life-size, full-color portraits as unidentified women from the Golden Age of cinema, expressing defiance and unmistakable strength in the face of tragedy. Her first… Read more

Cirque Du Soleil’s “Paramour” Musical Lands On Broadway

May. 2, 2016
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Cirque du Soleil’s first Broadway show, “Paramour”, is a groundbreaking new production that blends the best of Broadway’s musical storytelling with Cirque du Soleil’s riveting acrobatics, now at the Lyric Theater in New York City. “Paramour” has grossed over $1 million for six performances in its first week alone. Directed by Philippe Decouflé, the show… Read more

Rarely-Seen Works By Edgar Degas Now On Display At MoMA

Apr. 12, 2016
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A rare collection of almost haunting and intimate depictions of late 19th-century modern life by French artist Edgar Degas is making a rare appearance at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The artist’s monotypes are on display for the first time in 50 years in the exhibit, “A Strange New Beauty,” which allows… Read more

Tribeca Film Festival 2016: Ones To Watch

Mar. 29, 2016
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As always, the 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival brings a highly-anticipated roster of worldwide films and industry professionals to New York City, drawing in 300 million people. Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s 12-day festival (April 13-24) has expanded to Tribeca Festival Hub, which aims to bridge innovative technology in art, film, and music industries…. Read more

The Most Expensive Hotel Suite In The World

Jan. 13, 2016
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If traveling to New York City is in your future, consider taking up temporary residence in The Mark Hotel’s new suite – the most expensive at $75,000 per night. At 12,500 square feet, The Mark’s penthouse debuted in September 2015 and offers five bedrooms, six baths, a ballroom and a rooftop terrace. Not only is… Read more

The Magic Of The Season Exhibited In Barneys New York Annual Holiday Window Scapes

Dec. 8, 2015
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Steeped in tradition, Barneys New York recently revealed their four holiday window scapes created by scores of artists, artisans and creative innovators celebrating the theme, “Chillin’ Out.” Under the direction of Creative Director, Dennis Freedman, the visual team began working on the 2015 displays directly after removing the displays from the year before. This year-long… Read more

NYC’s Hottest New Hotel

Jul. 13, 2015
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In the Flatiron district, overlooking Madison Square Park, The New York Edition Hotel is one of the hottest hotels to recently open in the city. Coming shortly after the launch of the wildly successful London and Miami locations, The New York Edition boasts an understated entrance, soaring ceilings, soothing decor and staff that readily welcomes…. Read more

Los Angeles Lures New Yorkers

May. 21, 2015
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According to an article in The New York Times, the New York-Los Angeles rivalry is tipping in favor of The City of Angels as the metropolis enjoys a renaissance of culture, becoming irresistible for many a New Yorker. One young female, a former New Yorker and Los Angeles transplant believes she has found the best… Read more

The Met’s 2015 Spring Costume Institute Exhibition

Apr. 29, 2015
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2015 Spring Costume Institution Exhibit opens May 1 and will be on display through August 16. China: Through The Looking Glass will showcase how China has influenced fashion throughout the centuries with over 130 captivating couture, ready-to-wear pieces that will be paired with Chinese paintings, costumes, porcelains, and films.   Andrew Bolton,… Read more

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